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Re: 2014 J.League

Postby AfonsoPt » Tue Dec 09, 2014 7:22 am

What a crazy end of season in J-league!! How the hell Urawa Reds lost the title?! :shock:

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Re: 2014 J.League

Postby eujin » Tue Dec 09, 2014 8:13 am

This season sucks balls. I think I've watched Danish teams on the verge of a great result give up late goals at least four times in Euro tournaments this season, then Pohang blow the ACL on the last day of the season and now Sagan Tosu do the same. Image

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Re: 2014 J.League

Postby nzfooty » Tue Dec 09, 2014 1:29 pm

Sorry, eujin, but more drama in the J.League. Albirex Niigata 0 - 2 Kashiwa Reysol - with the second goal they needed in the 90th minute.
Can an argument be made that Kashiwa Reysol had an unfair advantage over Sagan Tosu?
Only three points between the 1st and 5th placed teams...
1
Gamba Osaka 34 19 6 9 59 31 28 63

2
Urawa Red Diamonds 34 18 8 8 52 32 20 62

3
Kashima Antlers 34 18 6 10 64 39 25 60

4
Kashiwa Reysol 34 17 9 8 48 40 8 60

5
Sagan Tosu 34 19 3 12 41 33 8 60

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Re: 2014 J.League

Postby paquebot » Wed Dec 10, 2014 2:02 am

Final of the promotion play-off in J. League 2 took place on 7 December:

JEF United Chiba 0-1 Montedio Yamagata

Montedio Yamagata will be playing in the J. League next season.

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Re: 2014 J.League

Postby nzfooty » Fri Dec 19, 2014 2:43 am

Gamba beats Yamagata 3-1 to win Emperor's Cup
Dec 13
Gamba Osaka beat Montedio Yamagata 3-1 on Saturday to win the Emperor's Cup and become the second team to complete a domestic treble.

Takashi Usami scored a goal in each half and Patric also netted as the Osaka-based team became the first side to win the treble since Kashima Antlers in 2000.

Gamba also won the J-League and Nabisco Cup titles in their first season back in the top flight.

"I'm very proud we won the treble and I hope we can become an even better team next season," said Gamba captain Yasuhito Endo, the J-League's Player of the Year.

Usami scored his fifth goal of the competition in the fourth minute and Patric doubled the advantage in the 22nd.

Yamagata, which earned promotion to the first division for 2015, threatened a comeback when Romero Frank scored in the 62nd but Usami sealed the win with his second goal with five minutes left.

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Re: 2014 J.League

Postby nzfooty » Fri Dec 19, 2014 2:45 am

Table:

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 1.Gamba Osaka                34  19  6  9  59-31  63 
 2.Urawa Red Diamonds         34  18  8  8  52-32  62
 3.Kashima Antlers            34  18  6 10  64-39  60
 4.Kashiwa Reysol             34  17  9  8  48-40  60
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 5.Sagan Tosu                 34  19  3 12  41-33  60
 6.Kawasaki Frontale          34  16  7 11  56-43  55
 7.Yokohama F. Marinos        34  14  9 11  37-29  51
 8.Sanfrecce Hiroshima        34  13 11 10  44-37  50
 9.FC Tokyo                   34  12 12 10  47-33  48
10.Nagoya Grampus             34  13  9 12  47-48  48
11.Vissel Kobe                34  11 12 11  49-50  45 
12.Albirex Niigata            34  12  8 14  30-36  44
13.Ventforet Kofu             34   9 14 11  27-31  41
14.Vegalta Sendai             34   9 11 14  35-50  38
15.Shimizu S-Pulse            34  10  6 18  42-60  36
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16.Omiya Ardija               34   9  8 17  44-60  35  Relegated
17.Cerezo Osaka               34   7 10 17  36-48  31  Relegated
18.Tokushima Vortis           34   3  5 26  16-74  14  Relegated 

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Re: 2014 J.League

Postby paquebot » Mon Dec 29, 2014 1:32 am

Not having any luck getting a YouTube link to work, so I'll do this the old fashioned way:

J.League Goals of the Season

[YouTube]4B69QCWB0xI[/YouTube]
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Re: 2014 J.League

Postby OttoSilver » Mon Dec 29, 2014 8:07 am

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